Microsoft presents new Surface hardware tomorrow evening. We are already expecting a Surface Laptop 2 and Surface Pro 6. Contrary to expectations, they will probably not contain any USB-C connections again.

At least this is apparent from the leaked information and images that WinFuture publishes. The message is also consistent with previous images leaked from Surface Laptop 2. Microsoft would stick to mini-DisplayPort, a classic USB port and the Surface Connector.

Recently USB-C was added to Surface Book 2 and Surface Go, which makes the decision not to do that with Surface Laptop 2 and Pro 6 a bit strange.


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Still according to WinFuture would be the basic model of Surface Laptop 2 with an Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM and a 128GB SSD. The original Surface Laptop had only 4GB of RAM in its basic configuration. Surface Pro 6 would still start with 4GB RAM, in combination with a Core m3 processor.

Finally, for the first time, Microsoft would also present a black version of both devices for the more expensive versions. Wait till tomorrow night for all the details.

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